/ˌmɪs rɪˈpɔrt, -ˈpoʊrt/
verb (used with object)
to report incorrectly or falsely.
an incorrect or false report.
late Middle English
) to report falsely or inaccurately
an inaccurate or false report
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One regime shall have no reporting burden, there shall be no opportunity to misreport.
By not verifying application data, opportunities existed for unqualified businesses to misreport information and be approved.
In particular, the rise of stock option compensation has increased the incentives to misreport key information.
We focus the majority of our audits on employers in industries that are more likely to misreport information or file incorrectly.
Applicants often misreport the amount withheld as the amount paid, even though they later received a refund.
Response error occurs because some respondents may intentionally or unintentionally misreport information.